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This is a show about what we are auctioning off at our 1st Silent auction on June 22, 2013 at Koch Galleries 507 St. Louis St. Mobile AL. We will be telling funny stories about the crazy adventures and heart warming stories as well. This show will be turely entertaining.
Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Melinda L. Lewis is the author of The Napier Co.: Defining 20th Century American Costume Jewelry. As a jewelry historian, she has been involved with the online vintage costume jewelry community for the last 15 years, with a focus on The Napier Co. over the past 12 years.
She is co-founder of Costume Jewelry Collectors Int’l (CJCI), an organization for collectors and dealers dedicated to the study of vintage costume jewelry which hosts an online venue for its members. She served as co-editor for CJCI’s quarterly magazine in 2010 and co-hosts annual jewelry conventions held in bi-annually in Providence, RI, alternating in even years in locations around the country.
She curates a fine collection of vintage costume jewelry to bring to their clients at The Jewelry Stylist and Vintage Jewelry Collect.
Today I got to spend some time at Caveman Vintage Music in Chinatown, Los Angeles with Store Owner Eric Stollsteimer. I met Eric through my friend Jose Luis Sedano while tracking down some information about old 78 records. Once I visited the place I knew I had to do a show a show there. When you are Vintage like me who remembers the music when it was new, then this place is a must visit on your Bucket List. While I was there I was also trying to sell some old reel to reel tapes. We spent about a half an hour talking about old guitars, old music, and old audio equipment and just had a wonderful time and I truly enjoyed it.
I asked Eric about why Chinatown for a location? He had the best Answer because we are a specialized store we are a “destination location” people come from all over the World to visit Caveman Music and after doing the show I understand why. Thank You Eric for your time, I had a lot of fun. I look forward to a show with Eric Bailey, who is your head of repairs and talk about repairing vintage guitars and audio equipment.
In 2011 Eric found himself missing being the owner of his own vintage music business, and that's when he opened “Caveman Vintage Music” in Chinatown, Los Angeles. Eric has been featured in reality show “Storage Hunters” and has been interviewed for television and numerous magazines including “Lightning” a Japanese magazine. Caveman Vintage Music has been used for commercials by Volkswagon and McDonalds. His store has been also feature in the television show the Agents of Shield.
Caveman Vintage Music
650 N Spring St
Los Angeles, California
firstname.lastname@example.org , http://www.cavemanvintage.com/
Steve Gordon and Dana Reeves will be talking with Allison Stackpole, founder and lead designer of BLO Vintage Jewelry, about how she got her start, where her inspiration comes from, the challenges - and joys - of having her pieces sold in retail locations nationwide, and the role philanthropy plays in her business.
BLO Vintage is a unique Atlanta-based jewelry line that incorporates vintage and antique whistles, harmonicas, and pitch pipes into each piece, combining elements of design, history and personal safety. BLO Vintage offers five collections: Breathe, Boheme, Harmony, Dream, and Pitch. Each design incorporates a vintage or antique whistle, harmonica or pitch pipe, varying from a beautifully crafted railroad station Masters's whistle, circa 19th century England, to a petite, sweet-sounding sterling silver toy whistle from America in the 70s. Designed with a sense of whimsy and combining form with function, BLO Vintage offers a truly unique experience for the wearer. Through her extraordinary line of one of kind pieces, Allison uses a variety of mixed metals, rich deerskins, vintage silks and organic stones which are all blended to enhance the history and personality of each unique piece. BLO Vintage is a proud supporter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Brian Slark has enjoyed a long and storied career beginning with Matchless & AJS in the Off-Road Competition Department and as a Production & Experimental Road Tester. From there Brian raced scrambles, trials and motocross throughout the 1950's, 60's and 70's. A competitor in The International Six Days Trials in the Isle of Man in 1965, Brian has raced around the world. After stints as a corporate executive with Norton-Villiers, Triumph and BSA, and operating his own Norton dealership, Brian is now a Technical Consultant at The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama. It is our distinct pleasure to bring this guest to our listeners on ElectricKoolaid For The Road.
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